Kurylowicz had been talking to a reporter from Street Roots newspaper in front of City Hall following the July 11 PPRC march when he noticed that police had begun taping off the Encampment and taking property. He was arrested when he crossed the street to protest the seizure and began moving property to keep it from being taken.
Kurylowicz faces a maximum fine of $600 on each violation, plus court costs and fees, if found guilty after trial. He asked that his phone number be published with this article so that any interested parties may contact him to discuss the Peace Encampment, which has been ongoing 24 hours per day since the American invasion and occupation of Iraq began on March 20. Kurylowicz can be reached at 971-570-7018.